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jmasoncooper on Episode 559: HAMBRUG

Comments on Captain Marvel going out here, because I was too late to get in on the conversation last week.

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Liffer Member on Episode 559: HAMBRUG

No love for Webex meetings among the OTI crew? Is it the meeting-specific links that lead to the presenter being… more

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clayschuldt on Episode 559: HAMBRUG

It is unfair to force a film set in the past to to dig into ever aspect of the era. In the case of Capt. Marvel… more

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Three Act Destructure on Episode 559: HAMBRUG

I think that’s sort of the point though, isn’t it?

The Oscars, by way of the social dynamics implicit to them,… more

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Mark Lee OTI Staff on Episode 559: HAMBRUG

I saw The Green Book after recording this podcast. I have LUKEWARM TAKES and no better place to share them than… more

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ScholarSarah on Episode 559: HAMBRUG

It might be possible that, as a high ranking government official in the 1990’s, Nick Fury feels a great deal… more

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John C Member on Episode 558: Some are Born Kree…

Wow, yeah, looks like that was a mess.

Could’ve been the start of an interesting story illustrating exactly… more

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Three Act Destructure on Episode 558: Some are Born Kree…

Hell, they don’t always get it right WITH the metaphors. That whole “m-word” controversy is proof of that.

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John C Member on Episode 558: Some are Born Kree…

Heh. I’m pretty sure my first exposure to Danvers was in her return to the Avengers. I had absolutely no clue… more

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John C Member on Episode 558: Some are Born Kree…

Gosh, someone still obsessed with Hillary Clinton and worried about outdated views being silenced? I’m shocked.

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Junji Ito’s Eyes

There’s something about the eyes in a Junji Ito drawing that creates a subtle atmosphere of horror even when nothing horrific is happening.